Relationship between Breath, Sound and OM̐ in Meditation


When we meditate, we don't sit in empty silence because that won't return us to the eternal awareness of the Soul. Instead we must have the right inner environment for the return to occur. This is provided by two things: OM̐ and breath. So important is this, Just as the infinite Akasha, the omnipresent matter of this universe, so this Prana is the infinite and omnipresent power of manifestation of this universe. Sound came straight from akasha, and breath rose directly from prana. Because they arise from the center of the Soul, when their union is made, they liberate and allow us to return and fuse our consciousness with that center. Joining the two, we go straight to the heart of ourselves and the universe. That is, we go straight to the Heart of Brahman. As it says in the Shvetashvatara Upanishad, breath and OM̐ are like two sticks of fire. Fire clings to the two of them, but o... Detail


The Infinite Resonance of God’s Reality

One of the most important universal principles, which is evident and embodied in all spiritual traditions in its different forms is resonance, the true ideological and practical extension of the well-known phenomena of Physics. It is common knowledge that the term "resonance" comes from the Latin "resonare", which means to reverberate, to vibrate. Consequently, resonance is the process of initiating or i... Detail

Life Sciences, as a comprehensive education

The essential or basic process of "Life Science" is the attempt to make the body, breath, speech, and mind really well trained. Without the facts of understanding this basis, we cannot get the right medicine. When the healing tools themselves become damaged, how can they have a healing effect? Body, breath, speech and mind - these are the four elements that can heal. But problems arise when they are sick... Detail